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The Retaliation For What They Have Done To Us

by The Retaliation For What They Have Done To Us

Instrumental. Sounds like a score to a film that has cowboys in danger of losing their lives in the hands of the Taliban, and are yet to be saved by Val Kilmer, Kevin Bacon, and Tom Selleck against their arch nemeses Pat Sajak, Vanna White, and Alf.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Middle Eastern Youth Gone Wild
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2. Ideas vs. Protocol
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3. Trans Add Panic
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4. Ode If It Weren't For Cowboy Dan
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5. Losing Ceiling
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6. People Move From City To City
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A mysterious project. Never officially released. (Well, it was sort of secretly released without using proper names/etc. due to legalities and such with extended parties.) The details we can share with you are these...
All songs were improvisational and done in one take with exception to 2 of the songs that were done in 2 takes.
The band broke up shortly after the recording. They always felt that the recording came out so well they could only think in terms of what was on tape rather than continuing to play loose improv jams...the songs didn't feel as organic when performed live, so the members shook hands, looked upon their work delightfully and gleefully, and then disbanded.

This record is nearly out of print. It's well worth any money you pay for it. Promise.


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I'm convinced, I'll retaliate!

Best "vibe" cd I've got
This is the best "vibe" cd I have in my collection. You can sit in the dark with this record and it will take you places. As cheesy as it sounds, it's true. It has had me in near comatose...involuntarily shaking. No joke.

robertbenesh

Best Improv CD I've Heard
This is by far the best improved CD that I own, and I am amazed that this calibur of post-rock could be produced on the spot. I hope one day that I will have enough talent to do something like this.

Kenny Mitchell

Agreed: The Best
I've heard a lot of rock music. Soft rock, hard rock, alternative rock, whatever rock you want to name...I've heard it, and this has to be one of all time best rock albums ever made.

It's only six tracks, but the amount of skill and musicianship present on this CD is simply amazing. Definitely check this one out.